As a Mom, I am always trying to find something fun for the kids to do that is inexpensive. Crafting with them is often a great solution. Since, Christmas is approaching fast, I figured doing a Christmas craft would be fun. I had a few toilet paper rolls lying around and thought we could cut them up and make a Christmas Garland. Tiffany was so excited to begin.
The following was written and instructed by Tiffany Hostetler age 6.
What you need:
* Toilet Paper Rolls
* Card stock
* Cookie cutters for tracing
* Glue Gun
We collected toilet paper rolls. Then, we cut triangles on the sides.
Next, we painted them.
Then, we added glue.
Then, we added glitter.
Next, we traced cookie cutters. Then, we cut them out and added glitter glue and gems.
Then, we put a string through the toilet paper. Next, we glued our now candy pieces to the string.
Then, we hung the garland. We can’t decide between the fireplace or a Christmas tree.
You will have so much fun doing this fun craft.
Once again, Tiffany has done a fantastic job making and writing her blog. This craft is easy to do for all ages. Not to mention it didn’t cost anything to make. Most of the supplies can be found at home. We hope that this gives your families some ideas to make a fun garland to hang around the house for Christmas.